Tantalus Gardens (6404 Wellington Avenue and 6407 & 6403 Nelson Avenue)

Process for Consideration

October 2019

Council held a public hearing on the proposed bylaws on October 8, 2019. The public hearing is now closed and Council cannot receive any further submissions on the proposal.

September 2019

Council gave first reading to the proposed bylaws on September 9, 2019 and set the date for a public hearing. The applicant hosted a public information meeting on October 2, 2019. NOTE: This was not a District consultation, it was a development-sponsored meeting.

May 2019

At its meeting on May 27, 2019, Council passed a motion to defer consideration of the proposal until at least the end of the Horseshoe Bay Local Area Plan visioning process and the the Horseshoe Bay Local Area Plan boundaries be reviewed and confirmed through the local area planning process, including the consideration of extending the boundaries to include the Tantalus Gardens site.

April 2019

The Design Review Committee considered the applicant's resubmission at its April 11, 2019 meeting. The committee recommended support of the proposal.

Resubmission to Design Review Committee

The applicant hosted a second public information meeting on the proposal on April 16, 2019.

March 2019

An application to rezone the site located at 6404 Wellington Avenue and 6407 and 6403 Nelson Avenue has been received for a 14-unit single family and duplex dwelling project. The applicant held a public information meeting on preliminary plans on October 24, 2018.

The proposal was considered by the Design Review Committee (DRC) at its meeting on March 13, 2019. The committee recommended that the proposal be resubmitted to address items raised at the meeting.

Initial Design Review Committee Submission

Background Studies and Reports

Arborist Report
Civil Concept Plan & Approach
Site Survey
Summary of Applicant's October 24, 2018 Public Meeting

Draft - Traffic & Parking Study (April 2019)

Summary of Applicant's April 16, 2019, Public Meeting


Lisa Berg
Senior Community Planner



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